Working Better Together: The Tension Around Change

April 24, 2019 Shelby Rogala, Professional and Organizational Development Manager With four and sometimes five generations now working or volunteering in many organizations, tension is inevitable. In...

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MNA is Hitting the Refresh Button

April 19, 2019 Liz Moore The MNA office will be closed Tuesday, April 30th. Here’s why. Last year we invited Beth Kanter to speak at the MNA Conference on the topic of workplace wellness. We didn’t...

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Seeking Your Perspective: Service Learning in Montana

April 16, 2019 As Montana’s economy and demographics change, the nonprofit world is greatly impacted. Whether seeking strategies to cultivate new donors, staff, volunteers, or board members,...

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4 Signs You Are A Burned out Nonprofit Fundraiser

April 2, 2019 Guest Blog by Beth Kanter You’ve smiled through back-to-back-to-back-to-back meetings with donors and your best donor prospect just cancelled on you, and now you’ve got to finish that...

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The New Board Member Right Next Door

March 27, 2019 Shelby Rogala, Professional and Organizational Development Manager Nonprofit boards are required to have at least three members, according to Montana State Code. Given that Montana has over...

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Could providing parking to your employees cause you to pay unrelated business income tax?

March 19, 2019 Guest Blog written by Meghan Bronec, Senior Manager, at Wipfli CPAs & Consultants Have you considered the impact of the new tax law on your organization? The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act...

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Meet Maya!

March 6, 2019 Montana Nonprofit Association is excited to welcome Maya Miller, an AmeriCorps VISTA serving with Montana Campus Compact, to our team. Over the next year, Maya will work to build career...

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Start with the Why

February 27, 2019 Shelby Rogala, Professional and Organizational Development Manager If you were to swing by MNA’s office any given day, you’d probably overhear one of us say “start with the why.”...

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MNA’s Emily Flemming Awarded the Certified Fund Raising Executive Designation

February 21, 2019 We are proud to announce that CFRE International has named Emily Flemming, our Membership and Resource Development Director, a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). Emily joins over...

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Nonprofits Respond to IRS Notice on Transportation Tax

February 20, 2019 Guest Blog by David Thompson from National Council of Nonprofits This morning, the National Council of Nonprofits submitted comments in response to proposed guidance on calculating the...

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